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David P introduces to his audience what they can expect to hear from What Matters to Us Radio. Gives his thoughts on the plight of the black community and explains how this show will deliver quality dialogue to help with the day the day challenges in the black community.
ALEC provides a forum for state legislators and private sector members to collaborate on model bills—draft legislation that members may customize and introduce for debate in their own state legislatures.
The governor of Wisconsin who is considering a Republican presidential run.
Wisconsin anti-union bill is 'word for word' from rightwing lobbyist group. Wisconsin 2015 right to work bill.
The American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is a nonprofit organization of conservative state legislators and private sector representatives that drafts and shares model state-level legislation for distribution among state governments in the United States.
Investigation: Just Who Is Behind Voter ID?
By Liz Dorland. CREATED Feb 24, 2012
Our Sources:Theguardian US News, Liz Dorland , ALEC, Propublica,
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US veterans from across America have already started their own US Military Maintenance businesses. If you are an entrepreneurial spirit, or a US veteran who is tired of looking for a job, listen in Tuesday at 11 AM. Both Mark and Ethan have built janitorial businesses from scratch and made hundreds of thousands of dollars a year.
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For more information call our non-profit's veteran employment program, HirePatriots, at 760-730-3734.
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Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown talk about social media for small businesses.
Currently, every state in America requires voters to prove their identities before receiving a ballot; different states require different levels of proof. Legislators in states across the country are now promoting bills that would require voters to meet more stringent documentation requirements before voting—including presenting photo identification at the polls on Election Day in order to cast a ballot.
There are firm supporters of these bills, who believe that is the most effective way to decrease voter fraud.
There are those who believe that the costs incurred to implement the requirements would be exorbitant, and the principles that would be required under the Constitution would be too stringent.
Others say that it restricts many from being able to vote … mostly older, low-income, and minority citizens.
We perhaps should also consider how Obama’s Amnesty Bill will play into, not only more stringent photo ID requirements … but our overall voting process, in America.
Debbie Barth and her esteemed panel … Linda J Alexander, Bea Kunz, Sandy Estlow, and Eileen Brown … are talking the pros and the cons concerning more stringent voting requirements. Which ladies are voting “Yea or Nay?” Tune into the show and find out.
We invite you … no … we ENCOURAGE you to call in at 323-792-3071 (press the number 1 to talk to the host) and give us your opinion. Are you FOR or AGAINST photo IDs at the polls?
As alway's there;s great original music and commentary on Sax Therapy tonight! I'll talk about Voter ID, I think everyone should have a state ID to vote like they do for everything else in this country. Anybody can give a name and address, I think it's pretty ridiculous that an ID is not required! I'll discuss that and other hot topics! LOL!!! (Always wanted to say that!) and play some pretty good music! In my opinion! Freshen up your ears with Sax Therapy for your Mind, Body and Soul!!! Your station for smooth jazz and inspiration! Your prescription for smooth!
Last night a Republican caller said that the recent wave of Voter ID laws was not racist, and not designed to disenfrancise minority voters. But the facts are clear, no one can honestly debate that these laws are designed to combat voter fraud.
I will discuss this tonight.
Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown will discuss basic social media daily activities. When to tweet, how long an article should be, best days to send out a newsletter, etc. Join us with your questions.
Candace Benson and Deborah Chaddock Brown discuss social media as a strategy for small business marketing.
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